Model #10673282300 KENMORE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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Kenmore Refrigerator (8 years old) Stopped working

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Model number for our Refrigerator is: 106.73282300. Parts ordered that did not work or fit were: 4387913 and 2255968. We are looking at the Production Capacitor now - part number 2169373 but wanted to make sure that the clicking noise wasn't the compressor. Please advise.

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James -
August 12, 2011
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Refrigerator noises can be nothing to worry about or they can create worry about repairs and cost. While you wait for the expert to review your model, you can check a previous expert post for refrigerator clicking noises if you wish. I attached in the first link below. I also added a link to Sears Home Services if you need to schedule a home visit by a technician.

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Barbara H. -
August 12, 2011
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If the compressor hums and then "clicks" off then the click is most likely the overload protector on the compressor. That's the 4387913 part you replaced with no improvement.

There is a 2319794 start relay that you don't mention has been replaced.

If you have a meter and know how to check resistance then the capacitor and compressor windings can be checked next. The compressor run winding should show 1 to 6 ohms resistance. The start winding will be 3 to 11 ohms resistance. Imprinted, hard to see, on the compressor with be a "C" "S" "R" markings for Common, Start and Run windings.

The capacitor should show resistance for a moment then nothing. This unit uses a "run capacitor" and not a "start capacitor."

You can try to check and replace this parts yourself but if there is an appliance parts store in your area then I suggest you stop by and ask about a "hard start kit." This is an all in one kit which should start the unit unless the compressor is bad.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 14, 2011
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